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  1. yellowsweatygorilla

    Football Manager 19 - Canadian Megapatch

    15 Nov 2019 Update: -Added CPL Usports draftees -fixed positions for a number of L1O players -fixed finances for L1O + PLSQ -As popularly requested, added a reserve CPL league (and adjusted tv revenue to cover travel costs)
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    Football Manager 19 - Canadian Megapatch

    If you have steam, just click that steam workshop link on the first post and click subscribe. If you don't, install it manually by downloading the other link and extracting all the folders to: documents/sports interactive/football manager 19
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    CPL General

    I agree, though technically TFC III have left. There still remains FC London and Windsor TFC with affiliation agreements. Maybe one way to extend an olive branch to MLSE would be to allow them to invest in FC London and keep the club relatively independent from TFC. With all the talk about the possibility of L1O clubs joining CPL, that's the only one I see as viable right now.
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    Football Manager 19 - Canadian Megapatch

    I completely missed that news! Thanks for letting me know. I will add it in my next update, which might come out in a month or so.
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    Football Manager 19 - Canadian Megapatch

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Yc5xKiSH76YRoPzJtkufqR4Q2EFTNp4O Or steam workshop link: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1563648254 As with previous installments, the Canadian Megapatch adds the Canadian pyramid to Football Manager 19, with the forthcoming Canadian Premier League, an expanded Voyageurs Cup, League 1 Ontario, and Première Ligue de soccer du Québec. Other features: -Players currently on trial at Cavalry FC, FC Edmonton, and HFX Wanderers are signed to non-contract deals at their respective teams - as per 'prospect' friendly rosters -Full rosters for all Canadian PDL, L1O, PLSQ teams - for a total of over 600 new players! -Staff for CanPL, L1O, PLSQ teams -Canadian referees -Canadian media sources and prominent soccer journalists -Over 100 Canadian university coaches and physios to increase available staff -Added missing L1O, PLSQ, PCSL stadia -CanPL and Voyageur Cup winners qualify for CONCACAF Champions League -Concacaf Champion's League approximates the real set-up, but I had to simplify things after having trouble getting the Caribbean Cup and "CONCACAF League" (not to be confused with CCL) to work. Instead, top Caribbean teams and two of the lower ranked Central American teams will play in the first round before the bigger nations enter. It also unfortunately, messes up Mexican CCL qualifications. As a stop-gap, only the champions and runners-up of the Closing Tournament qualify, with the other two being randomly drawn.
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    York 9 2019 launch/offseason thread

    just picked up my ticket in the supporters section. Only spoke briefly about pricing concerns as I am sure they've heard it from others Re: concerns abut sightlines at supporters section, apparently they think single file by the fence will fit 200 or so, and if they get more purchases they'll look at building bleechers Surely it can't fit that many people? anyways, they said I can upgrade if there's an issue later on
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    CPL - Playoffs

    I can't remember if this was brought up before, but Chris from the Toronto CPL group discovered this little detail in the Winnipeg price plan: "Playoffs included". Now I am not sure if they're simply calling Voyageurs Cup playoffs, but this seems to suggest a strong possibility of playoffs being part of the league. It would help explain the '15 games' included (12 regular season, 1 voy cup, 1 playoff, 1 friendly <confirmed by York9>). Seems strange though that including it might mean all teams qualify ... though maybe the regular season champ gets a bye?
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    Players you expect to see in the CPL

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    York 9 2019 launch/offseason thread

    I agree with everything you've said, but apparently from what I heard York U is paying for the temp stadium renovations (something I am supremely unhappy about as a York U employee). If that's true, the pricing is likely to pay for the new stadium not the renovations - and hopefulyl won't result in a further price increase. Either way, I agree it shouldn't be framed as fans' problem to solve. Besides, if it meant a more reasonable price point, I'd gladly stay at York U until a fan base is built - if that takes 10 - 20 years, so be it.
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    Players you expect to see in the CPL

    What's an international showcase? Some sorta combine?
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    York 9 2019 launch/offseason thread

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    Possible CPL Salary Cap Discussion

    @Initial B I would be over the moon if they went with your pay structure! Let's hope it's closer to that than the $500k number.
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    York 9 2019 launch/offseason thread

    Season Seat Info is out. Scratch getting seats in the stand, $499 is way too expensive! I'd be paying $100 over my TFC seats. Pick your place to cheer on your local pro club Choose from 4 seating zones: General Admission Supporter Zone Standing only $199* (13.50*/match) General Admission Youth Soccer & Family Grandstand $399* (27.00*/match) Club Seats $499* (34.00*/match) Club Plus (Center sections) $699* (47.00*/match) Team Bench Race Car Seats Row 2 $899* (60*/match) Row 1 $999* (67*/match) *Plus taxes and admin fees, based on 15 home matches -----------------------------
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    Players you expect to see in the CPL

    Well I think Ledgerwood is definitely the established one he mentioned. Trouble is that Trafford at 26 is hardly up and coming - I think that one is possibly Carducci as a 22 year old gk. I think Trafford fits the bill for a foundational player for CPL ... but maybe another team? Might be strange having a Calgarian be one for Edmonton, but maybe PFC? Along with Simon Thomas?
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    Players you expect to see in the CPL

    Lot's of hints dropped on the roster building process/what rosters might look like in this video/article: http://canpl.ca/video/as-focus-shifts-to-roster-building-wheeldon-jr-scopes-out-local-talent-at-calgary-open-trials Wheeldon Jr. mentioned: "Our foundational signings, we have put in our names, and for us, we wanted somebody with pedigree and experience, whose name speaks for itself and we wanted someone who is an up and comer, both of them are Canadian , and both of them will add extreme value” So looks like: -two Canadian foundational players (former internationals/returnees from Europe?) -16 squad players (my guess l1o/plsq/pdl/usl for Canadians and younger non-Canadians) -And then what Tommy mentioned as 'filling out the rosters with people w/ good attitudes and willingness to learn': 4 - 5 USports draftees and 2-3 got game trialists "Putting in names" also seems to suggest that foundational players will not be subject to a draft - which is important I think. Well, we'll find out soon according to Tommy.